'Crossrail for the North' is unlikely to address the fundamental economic challenges Northern cities face and detracts from more effective ways to address the country's divides.
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Evidence suggests that the local economic benefits of road infrastructure are less than clear
Cutting down on the number of commuters using cars for short journeys will be key
The new high-speed links are already bringing big investment opportunities – but there is still much that off-route cities can do to attract more investment
Giving cities powers to levy a ‘transport-premium’ charge would help drive transport investment, economic development and house-building
Election 2017The three bills cities should watch out for over the next two weeks
The halt to the legislation process caused by the snap election will have a big impact on cities and the new metro mayors
The Buses Bill provides an opportunity to make an immediate difference, and demonstrate devolution delivering for voters.
Join us at this roundtable at party conference to discuss how the Conservatives will support city transport
Join us at this high level roundtable to discuss Labour's vision for city region transport
The demand for trains into London dwarfs that of trains into other cities.